Upstairs and Downstairs: The Illustrated Guide to the Real World of Downton Abbey
This beautifully illustrated book takes readers on a guided tour of a single day in an upper-crust English home of the Edwardian era. Starting with the servants hard at work while the family is still abed, and culminating in a lavish dinner party, Upstairs & Downstairs lifts the curtain on this fascinating period, as well as its historical bookends, the Victorian and post-World War I eras. Includes accounts from actual masters and servants, along with feature spreads on famous figures like Winston Churchill and Virginia Woolf.
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Review: Upstairs & Downstairs: The Illustrated Guide to the Real Life of Masters and Their Servants from the Victorian Era to the Second World WarUser Review - Angela Tenore - Goodreads
From my library. A quick interesting read. Loved the pictures. Three stars because some of the pictures were missing information and the editing and typos were noticeable. Read full review
Review: Upstairs & Downstairs: The Illustrated Guide to the Real Life of Masters and Their Servants from the Victorian Era to the Second World WarUser Review - Jennie - Goodreads
I have recently become fascinated with the Edwardian period while watching the Downton Abbey. I first was interested in the upstairs living but have turned to the downstairs staff. This book is a ... Read full review